124 Park Place
6th & 7th Aves. Park Slope
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,160
- Guarantors allowed
NEW TO THE MARKET. 1st SHOWING THURSDAY the 16th. Rows of impressive 4 story landmark brownstones line Park Place from 6th to 7th Avenue and this block retains much of its late 19th century appearance. This special 2 family, 4 story, 20 foot home is over 4000 square feet and heavily detailed with pier mirrors, marble mantles and original wood parquet floors. The owners unit is a 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath triplex which boasts a greenhouse-like kitchen flooded with light and charm. Two sunny decks with custom awnings overlook the professionally landscaped south facing garden. This income producing house has a spacious garden unit complete with a glass enclosed bonus room currently used as a guest room but would make a lovely study as well. Turn of the century details marry well with the addition of modern upgrades such as the newer bathrooms, recessed lighting throughout the parlor, the intercom system throughout the building and the fine tuned top of the line mechanicals. This building is near B, Q, 2 and 3 trains and 7th Ave shopping. This home can be delivered vacant and will be shown by appointment only.
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Runs from Fourth Avenue to Prospect Park West, Prospect Avenue to Flatbush Avenue.
One of Brooklyn’s largest neighborhoods, Park Slope offers an amazing array of meticulously renovated brownstone and limestone townhouses — both single-family and with rental units — as well as full-service loft and apartment co-op and condominium buildings. Apartment- and house-hunters alike will find Park Slope’s elegant layouts, 12-foot ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, pocket doors and other turn-of-the-century details irresistible. One- and two-bedroom apartments in large apartment buildings are also plentiful in Park Slope. Newer zoning changes on Fourth Avenue are adding condos to Park Slope, with new buildings including The Argyle, Novo Park Slope at Fourth Avenue and Fourth Street, and the Crest at Fourth Avenue and Second Street.